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Mind Soup is a googlewhack

I have recieved an interesting email recently from Anne Lee, who has informed me that Mind Soup is a googlewhack.

A Googlewhack is a kind of a contest for finding a Google search query consisting of exactly two words without citation marks, that return exactly one hit, no less no more. A Googlewhack must consist of two actual words found in a dictionary. A Googlewhack is considered legitimate if both of the searched-for words appear as live links in Answers.com in the blue bar above the Google results.

Published googlewhacks are shortlived, since when published to a web site, the new number of hits will become at least two, one to the original hit found, and one to the publishing site.

For that reason, I will not publish what exactly the two words, to preserve this googlewhack as long as possible. Can you find them on your own? If you do, please click here to inform me.
Here are the official rules of googlewhack.

Thank you Anne Lee for informing me.

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  1. "Leary refractionator" is a googlewhack!

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